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Peace and Prosperity

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Procrastination: The #1 Worst Study Habit to Get Rid of!

Procrastination was a terrible study habit that I developed. When I first started getting a lot of work in high school, I used to think that I would still have enough time to accomplish this assignment or that it wouldn’t … Continue reading

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What I Wish I Knew In Undergrad

Anyone else feel like life before 2020 existed in a completely different universe? I look back on memories from my undergraduate career at UMBC and I think “No, that couldn’t have been me, that feels like someone else’s life. So … Continue reading

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New Chapters and Habits

August has always felt more like a new start than January. August brings the new school year and a new chapter. As I begin graduate school in just two weeks this new chapter has been anxiety-provoking, to say the least. … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Journey

As I finish the end of my undergrad that I have always been so excited to do I have become more and more emotional. These last five years have been the hardest but the most amazing time of my life. … Continue reading

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Student Engagement Awards Night

Getting involved on campus during college can sound overwhelming. College is hard enough why should I add more stuff to my plate? There are so many benefits to getting involved on campus. Benefits of getting involved include finding new interests, … Continue reading

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Who are USG Students?

What makes a USG student a USG student? Is it just that we all take our classes through the USG campus or is it about who we are as people? The question “how would you describe USG students?” came up … Continue reading

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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is when you feel you are not qualified or deserve to be where you are despite all of your skills, talents, and accomplishments. The first time I experienced imposter syndrome was a few weeks before I transferred to … Continue reading

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Celebrating Eid Ul-Adha During Covid-19

From Friday to Sunday, Muslims around the world celebrated a religious holiday called Eid Ul-Adha. It is a holiday that celebrates Abraham’s sacrifice to God and follows the completion of the annual Hajj pilgrimage, at the time of Qurbani (sacrifice). Traditionally, the … Continue reading

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How to create CDC approved mask at home

Hi everyone, I hope all is good, here is a quick tip to make your own bandana mask at home. Please share, like and comment if you find this video helpful. Thank you. Song link: https://youtu.be/T2_ui2_8r8k

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